“Am I here as his bodyguard, his fake boyfriend, or his Daddy?”
The minute Quinn lays eyes on the bratty boy hunched in the chair, spitting fire and ice at him, he knows why he’s been chosen for this assignment. He doesn’t want to take the job but the boy’s life is in danger. Could Quinn turn him away?
Cade doesn’t want a bodyguard at his back 24/7. He works hard and parties harder. But this man isn’t the usual rent-a-suit. He’s six foot five of solid muscle, hard eyes, and a voice which makes Cade want to beg for his attention.
To the world, Quinn is Cade’s bodyguard. To their friends, Quinn is Cade’s boyfriend. To the suspect, Quinn is Cade’s Daddy…
Quinn can’t help thinking this won’t end well.
Impossibly Fond by Tanya Chris
When a hostile leprechaun forces an inept wizard to flub the spell he’s casting on a mini-giant, the result can only be… fondness? Waltham has accidentally spelled Ian into liking him, and now his hostage/windfall, aka Mindy, insists he fix it before she’ll turn over the pot of gold she rightfully owes him.
Waltham is a selfish, greedy fledgling wizard with a ratty hat and a worse attitude. No way someone as handsome and kindhearted as Ian would like him without magic in play. But as Waltham assembles the ingredients for an anti-spell, a different kind of magic happens. Ian’s unflagging belief that he’s worthy of love makes him wish it were true. If Waltham can overcome his upbringing and mend his ways, then when the spell is lifted, maybe something real will remain.
Locked in a cell for most of his life, Sitka wishes he spent that time alone. Thanks to his nephilim gift, his head is full of the screaming of angry ghosts. When his cell door finally opens, Sitka finds peace in two pairs of muscular arms that are only too eager to protect him.
Huntley and Jagger weren’t looking for a mate. They’ve always had each other and that’s all they’ve truly needed. It takes seconds with Sitka for them to realize, he’s there’s and he needs help.
Jeremy and Kevin’s house is almost perfect. Along with more room to spread out, it comes with new ways to drive Bryan crazy and playrooms for a little and a middle. But change also comes with new trials for the brothers.
As Kevin sees their world evolving, he loves knowing that they’ve taken their first steps toward a true grown-up future together, but that brings up more questions. Will it change their relationship? What will the future look like? When everyone around him has found their passion in life and is sprinting full-steam ahead toward their goals, will he ever figure out what he’s supposed to be doing?
*Series must be read in order.*
He’s beautiful, he’s sweet, and he’s way too young for me. So much is wrong with this, but I’ve already crossed the line.
Sometimes holding on means letting go
After giving up on his career as a country singer in Nashville, Christopher Ryder is happy enough performing at the Smoky Mountain Dreams theme park in Tennessee. But while his beloved Gran loves him the way he is, Christopher feels painfully invisible to everyone else. Even when he’s center stage he aches for someone to see the real him.
Bisexual Jesse Birch is a single dad with no room in his life for dating. Raising two kids and fighting with family after a tragic accident took his children’s mother, he doesn’t want more than an occasional hook-up. He sure as hell doesn’t want to fall hard for his favorite local singer, but when Christopher walks into his jewelry studio, Jesse hears a new song in his heart.
Scars run deep but love runs even deeper.
Forced out of the closet and the only home he’s ever known, twenty-year-old Evan Harris makes a desperate phone call to virtual strangers who offer him refuge in Atlanta.
Physically and emotionally scarred from a devastating car accident, thirty-six-year-old Jeremy Lewis struggles to reconcile the popular, outgoing man he used to be with the recluse he’s become.
Resigned to being alone, Jeremy is shocked to realize the shy young man has gotten under his skin, and Evan is too unsure of himself to go after what he wants: a relationship.
Loneliness draws them together, but Jeremy is afraid he’s holding Evan back from the life he deserves.
The scars of their pasts will force them to battle their insecurities and fight for a love that will help heal both their wounds.
Marcel parted ways with the love of his life years ago. After moving to a new city, changing his number, and getting a new job at Simon’s Stews, the two lost touch. Years later, the past haunts Marcel, who cannot move on. No one compares to Reed—the bear that got away.
When Marcel receives an invitation to Loyal and Simon’s wedding getaway, he thinks it’s the perfect opportunity to move on from his ex for good.
Plans change when Reed shows up at the wedding with twins in tow and no ring on his finger.
Stuck together for three days of wedding activities, Marcel and Reed cannot run from their passionate history or the fire that still sizzles between them.
But two beary cute secrets stand in the way of their reconciliation—and the truth will change everything.
Fifteen years ago, Prince Graham of Ardglass barely escaped from the ancestral castle with his life. Rescued by a magical creature and spirited off to a faraway valley, he grew into a strong, capable man—but forever bitter over his father’s betrayal. Just when he has finally come to terms with being lost and staying lost, a visitor arrives in his valley.
After a lifetime spent lost in his beloved books, Prince Emory awakens to find his villainous aunt working to usurp the throne of Fontaine. When she sends him on a dangerous quest, he’s certain the journey is a trap, but he’s not willing to accept defeat without a fight.
But a fight is something Rory is unprepared and untrained for, until he’s saved by a handsome, unassuming farmhand and his snooty, smug, and surprisingly talkative unicorn.
Now contains a 30k additional bonus epilogue novella!
Two heartbroken men, two different countries, one perfect connection.
Trevor doesn’t want to go to Brussels, he doesn’t want to visit the city on his own, and more than anything he doesn’t want a new boyfriend. Years of dating a man who didn’t love him back has left his heart and confidence shattered.
Jerome doesn’t need a new relationship, he doesn’t need more complication in his already overwhelming and out of control life, and more than anything he doesn’t need to get his heart broken again.
When two lonely men meet for a weekend of no-strings-attached fun in Brussels, sparks fly and the fire they ignite is too bright to ignore.
There’s no such thing as fairytales—until there’s a happily ever after.
When mob boss Nico Drakos dies, his son, omega Zane, knows the time is ripe for change. The only person that stands in his way is his father’s second-in-command, Donovan Morelli.
Alpha Blaze was practically raised by the mob, groomed and trained to follow orders. But, seething with jealousy, Donovan gives Blaze a command. One he can’t refuse. While Blaze keeps a wary eye on Zane, he falls under the omega’s spell.
Zane needs a place to hole up, but he doesn’t give a damn about his surroundings because the alpha everyone considers a bad apple lights a fire in his heart.
For fans of alphas and omegas who give everything to be with the one they love, this first book in Colbie Dunbar and Trisha Linde’s Once Upon An M/M Romance series checks all the boxes.